Legal Malpractice FAQ

Posted July 23rd, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

While the state of New Jersey has plenty of competent, hard-working, and honest attorneys, there are also many who behave carelessly, recklessly, and otherwise negatively impact the well-being of their clients through acts of legal malpractice. If you are someone who has been taken advantage of by an attorney in some way, you are most […]

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Can I Sue an Attorney For Accepting a Settlement Without My Permission?

Posted July 15th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

You have been injured in a car accident, due to no fault of your own, and you suffered real, tangible damages, both physically, financially, and emotionally. What do you do? You hire an attorney who states that he will fight, tooth-and-nail, for the compensation you deserve and need to get back on your feet again. […]

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Suing NJ Attorneys For Negligent Strategies

Posted July 10th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you are someone who turned to an attorney to help you with any given legal matter and that attorney pursued a negligent strategy and lost your case, there is a very good chance that you may have grounds to sue that attorney for legal malpractice. Our New Jersey legal malpractice attorney has been helping […]

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What Happens if My Attorney Loses My File?

Posted July 1st, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you are someone who has recently gone to an attorney in your time of need, hoping he or she can help you through your pressing legal matter, whether it be an injury claim, family law proceedings, or otherwise, and you received an outcome that was not only negative, but you believe it could have […]

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What Happens When an Attorney Neglects to File a Tort Claims Notice?

Posted June 17th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you are someone who has recently sustained an injury on government property, or at the hands of a negligent government employee and sought financial compensation to help you heal, you are most likely aware that your attorney had to file a tort claims notice. Tort claims notices are nothing more than simple formalities that […]

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Legal Malpractice Vs. Ethics Violations | What’s the Difference?

Posted June 9th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you recently had a pressing legal issue, you most likely hired an attorney to represent your best interests. Fortunately, the state of New Jersey has many fantastic attorneys that have taken an oath to stand up for their clients and defend their rights to the best of their ability through every step of the […]

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How to Sue an Attorney For Deception

Posted June 2nd, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

There are few things worse than hiring an attorney to represent you in your time of need, only to find that attorney has gone behind your back or otherwise deceived you in some way, ultimately causing you to lose your initial case or to sustain some form of significant financial damage. If this has happened […]

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Can I Sue an Attorney For Breaching His or Her Fiduciary Duty?

Posted May 19th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

There are few things worse than hiring an attorney to represent you in a legal matter, only to find that attorney has made your situation that much worse. In many cases, this happens through a breach of fiduciary duty. Attorneys have a fiduciary duty to their clients, which essentially means that they must always act […]

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What Happens in a Legal Malpractice Lawsuit?

Posted May 15th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

There are few things more disconcerting than hiring an attorney to represent you through a pressing legal issue, only to have that attorney give less than adequate services, and the outcome of your case drastically impacted as a result. Unfortunately, this happens more than you may think, and though having a case not go your […]

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Can I Sue a Lawyer For Failing to Address a Lien?

Posted May 5th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

When you hire a lawyer to represent you in, say, a personal injury matter and that attorney wins your lawsuit, he or she must consider all outstanding liens you have. A lien is a payment made to someone you are indebted to. Once you pay that debt, you can keep the rest of the settlement […]

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